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Saturday following dinner I left Cowichan Lake to drive back to Victoria for services Sunday morning. So my Saturday evening and Sunday morning notes are from my wife who faithfully scribbled as quickly as she could knowing I would want to report on the sessions I missed.
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Why is pain so painful? What is it about the inevitable loneliness of life, that feels so threatening? Why do I experience such a strong compulsion to push away the pain escaping into anesthetic, denial, or distraction? What is it in me that so quickly defaults to resistance when I find myself afraid?

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I cannot imagine there is anyone in the world who has not had the experience of finding themselves in a room full of people and feeling utterly alone. The disorientation that accompanies loneliness in the midst of people can be devastating.

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